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tairismech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tairismech or dil.ie/39722

adj o, ā (tairissem)

(a) constant, steadfast, permanent: arim t.¤ `that it (faith) may be stable,' Wb. 25a9 . it tairismig gl. stati, BCr. 34a1 . folud t.¤ `a constant meaning,' Sg. 150b2 . Cf. 147b1 . baán tairismich do irnigdi `constant in prayer,' Wb. 5d22 . arm[tha] t.¤ inhiris, 5b32 . mad t.¤ hi fochidib, 8d1 . acht robad t.¤ linni `steadfast with us' (ueritas euangeli), 18d11 . tairismig, nibat lúamnaig, SR 4395 . da droing for ainglib ... .i. tairismecha .i. na haingli tairisid caidchi a fiadnaisi De, YBL 169b12 . in trebuire t.¤ `the standing surety,' Laws v 342.10 Comm. dia rubla .i. madia n-airgiter co t.¤ hi ┐ co maith, 448.8 Comm. = O'Dav. 826. n[a] .uiii. focail cumdaigthi ... toirismeacha forgles ┐ fothaiges buna `beständigen,' Cóic Con. 30 § 16 . Compar. is siniu in fer et is tairismechu quam mulier , Wb. 28b16 . tairismighi, CCath. 5798.

(b) In late Mid. and Early Mod. Ir. applied to weapons, blows, warriors, etc.: cait[h]creasa ... tairismecha im taebu strong battle-girdles , CCath. 5342 . mor tuisech tenn talcur t.¤ firm , 6029 . resin tuarcain ... tairismich, Cog. 192.7 . curaid ... t.¤ , MR 182.4 . dobert tuinnsem t.¤ a clar a ochta do (with spear), D IV 2, 57b12 .